Kangaroos: The Risks of the World’s Largest Wildlife Trade

Kangaroos: The Risks of the World’s Largest Wildlife Trade

by Sarah Newman, Dr. Dror Ben-Ami, Helen Bergen, Lee Rhiannon, and lauren Ornelas   How does a great six-foot tall adult male Red Kangaroo, elegantly bounding across Australia’s iconic orange desert, become a public health risk in the form of a steak in a supermarket cooler, or in a can of dog or cat food on […]

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One Crafty Thing:  Minnesota Crafters Are Sewing Pouches For Displaced Australian Kangaroos

One Crafty Thing: Minnesota Crafters Are Sewing Pouches For Displaced Australian Kangaroos

Seeing animals in need in Australia, a group of two dozen crafters and seamstresses from central Minnesota got together in a church basement and started sewing. Using donated cotton and flannel fabric, these crafty crafters have now made hundreds of bat wraps, wallaby hanging bags and lined pouches for baby kangaroos.  These items are designed […]

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